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“We aren't getting anywhere thinking that we need of a modality of sanity when we see the incoherence of the main stream merchant class media resounding the illtempered illbred imbroglio war-mongerers.”
“Such pertinent questions are far from being illbred or troublesome to those of whom you ask them; on the contrary, they are a tacit compliment to their knowledge; and people have a better opinion of a young man, when they see him desirous to be informed.”
““It would be a very fine sight indeed,” said this illbred minx, “to see me go draw water.””
“-- Besides, if he was to speak his real sentiments, I am so illbred, unpolished &c. that I never shall succeed with ladies or the World &c. &c.”
“The next time the Revue allows such illbred persons to throw their slops out of its first-floor windows, let it honestly preface the discharge with a gardezleau! that we may run from under in season.”
“The sneer at bigotry and narrowness of views, on one side, and the uncharitable implication of want of piety, or sense, on the other, are equally illbred and unchristian.”
“Fixed habits of tone, manner, language, and movements, cannot be suddenly altered; and those who are illbred at home, even when they try to hide their bad habits, are sure to violate many of the obvious rules of propriety, and yet be unconscious of it.”
“Such pertinent questions are far from being illbred or troublesome to those of whom you ask them; on the contrary, they are a tacit compliment to their knowledge; and people have a better opinion of”
“All the morning with Mr. Berkenshaw, and after him Mr. Moore in discourse of business, and in the afternoon by coach by invitacon to my uncle Fenner's, where I found his new wife, a pitiful, old, ugly, illbred woman in a hatt, a midwife.”
“The unchurched children wriggled, stood up, talked to their seatmates loudly, audibly sighed, loudly flipped pages in their books, and behaved in a generally boorish and illbred manner.”
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Terms from the Standard Cipher Code of the American Railway Association, 1906. The terms were shorthand for common phrases used in telegraphic communications between station agents and Railway Asso...
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